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Morning six-pack: What we're reading Thursday

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Happy Thursday. Despite the inclement nature of things, there's a blizzard of activity in your Morning Six-Pack.

You'd think that after a few billion years of this stuff, big cities would have figured out how to cope with a little snow. And yet ... the nation's capital is at a standstill. (Washington Post)

It's Valentine's Day Eve, and we have a match made in heaven: CNBC.com-parent Comcast is going to buy Time Warner Cable, and for big bucks. (USA Today)

Is there really a Wolf of Sesame Street? Yes, indeed, according to a must-read peek behind the soiled curtain of PBS News. (PandoDaily)

When you're dreaming of all those tropical locales to which you'd like to escape, have a look at the airport of the future. (BBC News)

What did President Barack Obama know and when did he know it about the myriad problems with HealthCare.gov? Plenty and early, respectively, according to a deep documentation dive on visitations between the president and Kathleen Sebelius. (The Hill)

And finally ... Don't like the economy? Just blame it on the weather. CNBC's Patti Domm explains.

—By CNBC's Jeff Cox. Follow him on Twitter @JeffCoxCNBCcom.

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